Monday 7atTwo: investor apathy
- November 12th, 2012
Here’s a follow-up to this morning’s linkfest. We’ll check in again tomorrow.
More signs of investor apathy. (Covestor Blog)
More tidbits on how some countries will become more dependent on foreign oil. (beyondbrics)
Is a recession impossible with rising home prices? (Pragmatic Capitalism)
Vancouver is feeling the downside of a weaker Chinese economy. (The Daily Beast)
Chinese students love to come the US for college. (Quartz)
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